Lubbock girls return to 'America's Got Talent' stage Tuesday - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock girls return to 'America's Got Talent' stage Tuesday

Three Lubbock girls need your help Tuesday night as they take the stage in NBC's hit 'America's Got Talent'.

Avery and the Calico Hearts got their big break several weeks ago as they auditioned for the live show in Hollywood. The girls need you to watch and vote for them if they're going to stay on the show.

"Please Lubbock, vote for us. You're our home town. And you're our biggest supporters. And watch America's got talent.," said the girls in a interview done by KCBD a few weeks ago.

A local Lubbock store called Embroid Me located at 5206 82nd street is currently selling T-shirts with the girls group name on it and the phrase "hit it" in support of their success with America's Got Talent.

'America's Got Talent' airs Tuesday on KCBD NewsChannel 11 from 8 to 10 PM. There will be voting information on the show. So watch and vote for the girls so they can move forward in the competition.

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